Problem of Secret Intelligence

What is intelligence - why is it so hard to define, and why is there no systematic theory of intelligence? Classic intelligence analysis is based on an inference between history and the future - and this has led to a restriction in how we can perceive new threats, and new variations of threats. Les mer

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What is intelligence - why is it so hard to define, and why is there no systematic theory of intelligence? Classic intelligence analysis is based on an inference between history and the future - and this has led to a restriction in how we can perceive new threats, and new variations of threats. Now, Kjetil Anders Hatlebrekke rethinks intelligence analysis, arguing that good intelligence is based on understanding the threats that appear beyond our experience, and are therefore the most dangerous to society.

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Forlag
Edinburgh University Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780748691838
Utgivelsesår
2019
Format
23 x 16 cm

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Kjetil Anders Hatlebrekke is Associate Professor at the Norwegian Defence Intelligence School. He earned his PhD from King s College, London. Hatlebrekke has served in the Norwegian Armed Forces since 1990, and has operational experience from Bosnia, Kosovo, the Middle East and Afghanistan. In Afghanistan he served as an intelligence officer in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Anaconda. The unit he was in was awarded the US Navy Presidential Unit Citation.

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